Honolulu Surf Film Festival Closing Night: Cavalcade of Surf
Sunday Jul 27 06:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $12.00
General Admission: $15.00
About the Film:
Closing-night reception: July 27 • 6–7:30pm
Cavalcade of Surf
Directed by Bud Browne. USA. 1962. 60 mins
The Bud Browne Film Archives is bringing it with the surf-film pioneer’s epic classic, Cavalcade of Surf! Featuring footage of Makaha and the North Shore in the fifties and sixties and narrated by Peter Cole and John Kelly, this film includes iconic surfers Peter Cole, Buzzy Trent, Dewy Weber, and Ricky Grigg, as well as vintage film of Bob Simmons and Duke Kahanamoku. This closing-night event honors the late Ricky Grigg—oceanographer and big-wave surfer.
Special guests: Anna Trent Moore, curator of the Bud Browne Film Archives, will lead a panel discussion on surf filmmaking and the legacy of Ricky Grigg following the screening.
Peter Cole is a legendary big wave surfer who has lived and surfed in Hawaii for more than 50 years. He will be leading this panel discussion on Ricky Grigg's legacy.
Randy Rarick is a legendary surfer and shaper on O`ahu's North Shore. He created the famed Hawaiian Islands Vintage Surf Auction and also served as Executive Director of Surfing's Triple Crown Of Surfing from 1983-2012.
Jock Sutherland was the 1967 winner of the Duke Kahanamoku Invitational. He began surfing at the age of eight and went on to become one of Hawaii's most notable surfers.
Kimo Hollinger is one of Hawaii's most legendary native born surfers. He is known for his fearless surfing at big Sunset and Waimea Bay.
Anna Trent Moore was born and raised on the Westside in Makaha. She is the daughter of big wave surfing pioneer Buzzy Trent. She is the also the owner and curator of the Bud Browne Film Archives. She has written two books and published numerous articles on surf history and its people.